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  • Yes, there will be representatives from the Johns Hopkins Community-based Pharmacy and Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership Residency Programs at the Midyear Clinical Meeting. We will be at The Johns Hopkins Home Care Group – Johns Hopkins Outpatient Pharmacy booth during the residency showcase on Monday afternoon. If you are interested in the Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership 2-year residency, participation in the Personnel Placement Services (PPS) is highly encouraged. Representatives will be providing further information on the program and preliminary interviews will be held. 

  • Yes, we will be attending the following showcases: 

    • APhA-MRM Career Showcase: Thursday, November 5, 2-4 pm and Friday, November 6, 5-7 pm 
    • NCPA Showcase: Tuesday, November 17, 8 pm 
    • Howard University: Saturday, November 21, 10 am - 1 pm 
    • MSHP Showcase: Tuesday, December 1, 4-6:30 pm 
    • ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting: Monday, December 7, 3-6 pm 
  • The Johns Hopkins Home Care Group Community-based Pharmacy Residency program is a 12-month curriculum that provides residents with extensive training opportunities. Two applicants will be accepted into our PGY1 community-based pharmacy residency program. The PGY1/2 Community-based Pharmacy Administration and Leadership (CPAL) Residency program is a 24-month curriculum that includes a M.B.A. or M.S. degree. The foundation of the combined degree program is built upon the first year Community-based Pharmacy Residency. One applicant will be accepted into our Combined PGY1 Community-based and PGY2 CPAL each year.

  • We offer clinical services in HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, geriatrics, solid organ transplant, diabetes, medication therapy management and immunizations.

  • Residents receive a list of goals and objectives at the beginning of each rotation. At the end of the concentrated rotations, they meet with their preceptor to review their performance.  For longitudinal rotations, residents review their performance with their preceptor quarterly.  A report assessing residents is prepared based on ASHP’s Residency Program Design and Conduct. On a quarterly basis, the director of the residency program provides residents with an evaluation of their progress based on preceptors’ comments.

  • Residents are required to design, conduct, and evaluate a major project related to an aspect of pharmacy practice during the residency year.

  • Residents are required to deliver one ACPE-accredited continuing education presentation. They also must provide in-services to the pharmacy teams throughout the year depending on the rotation. In addition, residents present the results of their major project to the preceptors before presenting the results at a regional residency conference: the Eastern States Residency Conference.

  • Consistent with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Commission on Credentialing standards, the Hopkins residency experience is primarily a practical, rather than didactic or classroom experience.  Practice skills are developed throughout the program in all aspects of pharmaceutical care. Residents will staff in the pharmacy one shift during the week and every third weekend.

  • A resident’s stipend is approximately $50,000 for PGY1 pharmacy residents and approximately $52,000 for PGY2 residents.

  • Monetary funding will also be available for residents to attend selected professional meetings.

  • Residents receive a comprehensive benefits package, including health care, dental, eye care, vacation and sick days during the residency year.

  • Residents have access to the William H. Welch Medical Library located on the Johns Hopkins’ East Baltimore Medical campus.  One of the largest medical libraries in the country, the Welch Library houses medical literature in all fields of teaching, patient care and research represented at Hopkins.  It contains more than 267,000 bound volumes as well as an extensive audiovisual collection.

  • Residents are provided with desk space and computers.

  • There are several parking options from which residents may choose.

  • The tuition for the MBA or MS degree with the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is supported by the Johns Hopkins Home Care Group.

 
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